Originally Posted by trism
Who is dense now again? I know you like to argue about useless stuff (e.g. mlt04 malfunction lolol) but come on. You forgot the entire concept here. Obviously it is the slow speed cursor movement that minimizes the human hand imprecision. I thought that was clear but apparently it isn't. In the typical office scenario, some people want to move fast across the screen but still want to be precise at slow speeds. EPP does exactly this and this is exactly what I meant with my post and what I immediately interpreted from their post. They maybe articulated it wrong but getting in this big of an argument... sigh.
Dunno if I saw some people claiming that EPP on at slow speed isn't slower than EPP off (6/11) but it definitely is, quite a bit.
This is not a "big argument" by any stretch. This is my repeating stuff, which I will do again now. I invite you to read this (and the rest of his posts) and tell me I'm dense again:
Originally Posted by ronnin426850
You two don't know what the word "precision" means. Acceleration allows you to more easily place your pointer on a specific pixel. Not the one above it or next to it. That is precision.
cut an element out of a photo with EP on and off. And for every missed pixel, I want to smack you in the face, just so you have an actual estimate of how much pain acceleration can save you, since that seems about the only way you can get an idea through your head.
But sure, go ahead and tell everyone to play with acceleration/use EPP, because "it is more precise". I'm sure everyone will magically realize that what you mean to say is: "Lower your sensitivity, because it is more precise. Oh, and by the way, if you have a hard time going from one screen to the next at lower sensitivity you can consider using acceleration as a compromise. Oh, and I won't mention that it is indeed less precise at higher speeds, because lower sensitivity is more precise at lower speeds, so acceleration itself is more precise."